Sliding vane pumps have a number of vanes that are free to slide into or out of slots in the pump rotor. When the pump driver turns the rotor, centrifugal force, rods and/or pressurized fluid causes the vanes to move outward in their solts and bear against the innner bore of the pump casing forming pumping chambers. As the rotor revolves, fluid flows into the area between the vanes (pumping chambers) when they pass the suction port. The fluid is transported around the pump casing until the discharge port is reached. At this point, the fluid is squeezed out into the discharge piping.
The P Series Vane Pumps are designed for highly viscous products. This ATEX Certified pump handle non-lubricating, abrasive and corrosive products, and can be dismantled without disconnecting the suction and discharge lines.
The CC8 Tank Truck Vane Pump is the ideal solution for petroleum product transfer on tankers. The pump features robust construction, while allowing high performance in heavy-duty road transport applications.